EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION


CLASSES I TO V
Primary years learning outcomes

The programme aims at supporting the students in their journey of discovering the joy of learning.
The programme aims at enabling students to acquire knowledge, concepts, skills, values and attitude that will help them to become life long learners.


Learning Areas:

* Personal and Social Skills
* Moral and Spiritual development through structured value education
* Literacy, numeracy and digital literacy
* Science and technology competence
* Critical and innovative thinking
* Aesthetic appreciation and creative expression
* Education for democracy
* Health and physical education


Evaluation

A Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation system is conducted. Students are assessed through regular class assignments, worksheets, and the term summative assessment.


CLASSES VI - VIII (as per CBSE directive):

The assessment structure and examination for classes VI - VIII comprises of two terms i.e. Term I and Term II.
SCHOLASTIC AREAS

SUBJECTS

Term-1 (100 marks) 20 marks periodic assessment + 80 marks for half yearly exams

Term-2 (100 marks) 20 marks periodic assessment + 80 marks for yearly exams

All subjects

PA: (20 marks)
a: Periodic tests 10 marks
b: Notebooks 5 marks
c: Subject enrichment 5 marks

Half yearly exam: (80 marks) Written exam for 80 marks

PA: (20 marks)
a: Periodic tests 10 marks
b: Notebooks 5 marks
c: Subject enrichment 5 marks

Yearly exam: (80 marks) Written exam for 80 marks.
Class VI: 10% of Ist term+entire syllabus of IInd term
Class VII: 20% of Ist term+entire syllabus of IInd term
Class VIII: 30% of Ist term+entire syllabus of IInd term

CO SCHOLASTIC AREAS - Students will also be graded for Work Education, Art Education, Health and Physical Education and Discipline on a 3-point scale
(A: oustandling, B: Very Good, C:Fair)


CLASSES IX - X (as per CBSE directive):

Annual Examination (Board Exam for Class X) will take place at the end of the session covering the complete syllabus comprising of Annual Examination – 80 marks and Internal Assessment – 20 marks.

Internal Assessment of 20 marks will include (A + B + C)
A) Periodic Tests: 10 marks
B) Note Book (Regularity/ Assignment Completion/ Neatness): 5 marks
C) Subject Enrichment Activity: 5 marks
(Languages: Speaking and Learning Skills
Science: Practical Lab Work
Mathematics: Maths Lab Practical
Social Science: Map Work and Project Work)

Students will also be graded for Work Education, Art Education, Sports and Discipline.


Promotion Policy

The student has to secure 33% of 80 marks in the Board Examination as well as 33% of 20 marks Internal Assessment.
75% Attendance is mandatory for promotion to the next class, as per CBSE guidelines.


Promotion Criteria for Class XI

The students will be evaluated on the basis of Unit tests and the two Terminal Examinations. The evaluation is continuous.

Unit Tests

First Term

Final Term

Cumulative Result

20%

40%

40%

100%


Promotion Policy

1. A student must score the pass percentage (33%) in each subject in cumulative result and in the final term separately.
2. She / He should pass separately in theory and practical examination.
3. Minimum attendance of 75% is mandatory.
4. A student who fails in one subject gets a compartment. However, a student failing in two or more subjects in the final and cumulative result will not be promoted. A student who fails in English will be detained in Class XI.